Yeah the difficulty of the game comes, i think, mainly from the camera and controls.
Although,when you think about it, no, you cant aim with a bow and ride your horse towards a certain direction at the same time......(like with the 13th)
You have to let go of the reins to shoot.
And here you have to adjust the way you hold the pad to do those things, which, again, make sense somehow.
But it's just plain annoying when the horse stumbles upon a rock which you couldn't see
in the middle of a chase or a battle...
You have only secondary control over the camera, which is "pre-set" during battles,
which makes it tedious to compensate as you're fighting, in order to see what's around you.
That 11th Colossus is a fast feline type,who attacks swiftly.
You can use the "lock on Colossus" camera, but as it is set on him, you keep running into walls as you can't see what surrounds you because your sight is onto that beast in the back....Which i guess makes total sense too!....Of course, when you run and don't look in front of you, you may bump into something.
The thing is, for me, that the difficulty of the Colossi comes from the
mediocre gameplay, rather than from the subjects themselves most of the times.
It is very frustrating to see such an amazingly beautiful and wide game ( with glitches, yes denis) having this kind of problems.
Still, i looove that game, don't get me wrong.
But i wonder if i'll fight some of those guys again, which you can do, if you go back to their spot and pray upon their bodies.
Or maybe i just suck ass and should stick to much simpler games...